Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) can help reporters better understand the nuances of domestic violence and substance abuse, as well as speak to these subjects within our service area. Please contact Gregg Martinez, Executive Director at 928-645-5300 or send an email.


Given our proximity to the largest Navajo reservation in the US and the incidence of domestic violence and substance abuse among the Navajo and women, it is not surprising that Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) primarily serves Navjao women.


Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) was founded in 1996 and we opened our first emergency shelter in 1997. Since then we have:

  • Provided close to 30,000 shelter bednights across a 5-year period.
  • Served as one of the few groups in the U.S. to offer shelter services for women, men, children and pets.
  • Responded to phone calls from men, women and children in crisis.
  • Helped more than 5,000 victims at the PRDVS emergency shelters.
  • Offered community programs.
  • Made information and referrals, connecting people in need with community services.
  • Provided more than $12,000 of vouchers for selection of goods from the Family Bargain Center to individuals and families in need.

To learn more about Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS), please review our annual reports and timeline of successes.

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